UK car hire with holiday autos - £30 for the day + £10 quidco cashback making it £20 - HotUKDeals
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Quidco have upped there holiday auto's cashback making it really cheap if you need to hire a car for the day just £20 (Ford KA)

Holiday autos also do great deals on carhire at holiday destinations.
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banned#1
Still very expensive isnt it?

I just hired a car for a week in malaga for £70
banned#2
csiman
Still very expensive isnt it?

I just hired a car for a week in malaga for £70


you need to compare with uk prices as it is more expensive to hire a car here than in malaga.
banned#3
csiman
Still very expensive isnt it?

I just hired a car for a week in malaga for £70


using this deal it would cost £67 for the week in malaga - so this is cheaper.
banned#4
i find if you go to the enterprise web site, you can get car hire for a grade 1 (Ford KA) for 15 pounds. You need to book upfront....
#5
If someone is looking for cheap car hire in UK, 1car1 is the best offer. They do not have any cash back, but the prices are very competitive and almost brand new cars.
banned#6
asandwhen;2093332
using this deal it would cost £67 for the week in malaga - so this is cheaper.

yes but you have to pay excess damage waiver with holiday autos. my £70 quote already included CDW & EDW.

Btw, never ever rent from easycar. check their T&Cs as you are liable if the car gets damaged and you fail to get other drivers details.
#7
Beware of one thing with Holiday Autos - often their terms require you to purchase a full tank of fuel at the time of hiring. This could easily add another £40 - 50 to your booking!

I'm not sure this is across the board so just check the terms before you book (and some agents might waive it if you ask nicely) - but unless you're going to burn through the whole tank in a day then it makes the deal look significantly worse.

(It's impossible to 'bring the car back empty' like they say anyway, so you inevitably lose out a little.)

Personally, I generally hire with Enterprise. They're cheap and I've never had anything but great service from them.
#8
Im an Enterprise fan!
banned#9
johnmcga;2095247
Beware of one thing with Holiday Autos - often their terms require you to purchase a full tank of fuel at the time of hiring. This could easily add another £40 - 50 to your booking!

I'm not sure this is across the board so just check the terms before you book (and some agents might waive it if you ask nicely) - but unless you're going to burn through the whole tank in a day then it makes the deal look significantly worse.

(It's impossible to 'bring the car back empty' like they say anyway, so you inevitably lose out a little.)

Personally, I generally hire with Enterprise. They're cheap and I've never had anything but great service from them.

Good point. I always just book with ones where you have to leave the tank at the same level. Got charged £40 in the canaries for a tank of fuel. at only 80p a litre there is no way a Ford Ka takes 50 litres!

took it back with half a tank left as there was no way I could use the whole tank in 1 week even though I thrashed the pants off it.
#10
I normally go to [url]www.travelsupermarket.com[/url], they compare Hertz, Holiday Autos, 1car1, etc etc

Hertz are normally quite cheap if you book in advance, and rent from Heathrow. They offer £8 quidco.

Example: booking a Ford Ka for the last Saturday of May will cost you £21 - £8 Quidco = £13
#11
Drain the fuel out ;-) If you've paid for it, nothing stopping you :p
#12
I use holidayautos all the time, as I travelto Brussels a lot and need to drive from there. I pay about £190 a week but its the cheapest here. Company reimburse me so I am not too worried but pocket the £10 quidco :p
#13
peodude
Drain the fuel out ;-) If you've paid for it, nothing stopping you :p


Bit hard to get it on the plane though:whistling:

You could try selling it to Sleazy Jet though:thumbsup:
#14
This is not that cheap i hired a car from hertz for £42 for 4 days last month and £8 quidco paid out fast so £34 for the 4 days. I hired the car for newquey airport and it was a ford fiesta and i had no trouble at all try hertz.
#15
Voted cold, you can get a cheaper rental from enterprise atleast for Bristol area.
#16
Well looked for a car for next weekend from Nottingham and the cheapest is a Range Rover at £632 for the day to a Lamborghini Gallardo Roadster at £1384 and thats not cheap as I can hire one for less than a grand!
#17
my experience is you get a fiat punto not a ford ka also air con is very sore on petrol if you hire a car abroad

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